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The Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM), in partnership with the Equipment Dealers Association (EDA) and the Farm Equipment Manufacturers Association (FEMA), are sponsoring Agricultural Power and Technology (APT) and Mechanical Systems in Agriculture (MSA) CASE Institute scholarships for agriculture teachers. CASE is an acronym for curriculum for agricultural science education.

Applications for the scholarships are now being accepted, with the deadline landing on February 29th. Each partial scholarship is valued at $2,000.

“We are incredibly proud to be a part of a program that takes every opportunity to give back to those in educator positions,” said Julie Davis, director of workforce development at AEM. “The CASE Institute scholarships are a way to help educators take their programs to the next level and help train and evolve the next generation in our industry.”

Since its inception, the CASE curriculum has helped more than 2,500 teachers achieve certification to teach its classes. However, only about 90 of those certifications are in equipment-specific courses. AEM, EDA and FEMA hope to increase that number through this scholarship program that explores general machinery education.

The APT scholarship sponsored by AEM, EDA and FEMA includes $2,000 to attend Agricultural Power and Technology (APT) or Mechanical Systems in Agriculture (MSA) CASE Institutes.

To learn more about the scholarship or to apply, please visit:


About the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM)

AEM is the North American-based international trade group providing innovative business development resources to advance the off-road equipment manufacturing industry in the global marketplace. AEM membership comprises more than 950 companies and more than 200 product lines in the agriculture and construction-related industry sectors worldwide.

About EDA:

Founded in 1900, the Equipment Dealers Association (EDA) is a non-profit trade organization representing 4,500 retail dealers extensively engaged in the sale and service of agricultural, construction, industrial, forestry, outdoor power, lawn and garden, and/or turf equipment. EDA provides essential value to its members by enhancing the dealer-manufacturer relationship and advocating for a positive legislative and regulatory environment. EDA is headquartered in St. Louis, MO and is affiliated with regional associations located throughout the United States and Canada.

About FEMA: The Farm Equipment Manufacturers Association provides industry leadership to enhance business opportunities and profitability to the Membership by providing a forum for marketing shortline equipment through networking, communications, and technology, and a forum for purchasing materials and services required by the Members. 

About CASE:

Curriculum for Agricultural Science Education (CASE) is an instructional system that is changing the culture of agriculture programs by equipping teachers to elevate student experiences in the agriculture classroom, and preparing students for success in college and careers emphasizing science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). To learn more about CASE, visit